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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Thursday June 23rd, 2016

US, Migration, UK, EU, North America, Panama, Russia, NATO, Belarus, Digital, Terrorism, Economy, Global
US/Migration - Supreme Court won’t revive Obama plan to shield illegal immigrants from deportation, Robert Barnes and William Branagin, Washington Post
US -
Supreme Court upholds University of Texas affirmative action admissions, Robert Barnes, Washington Post
The long-term decline in prime-age male labor force participation, White House Council of Economic Advisers
Will Bernie Sanders Voters Support Hillary Clinton? Clare Foran, The Atlantic
UK -
The Choice to Leave or to Remain: Reflections from London, Heather A. Conley, CSIS
Brexit and the Case for Modern Nationalism, Rich Lowry, Politico
A Manifesto for Britain: Leading, Not Leaving, Europe, ResPublica and British Influence
Fleet Street’s European bite remains sharp, John Gapper, Financial Times
There is legitimate anger at the EU, and then there is populism and nationalism, Simon Tilford, Centre for European Reform
North America -
A Primer to the North American Leaders’ Summit, Colin Robertson, Canadian Global Affairs Institute
Panama -
The New Panama Canal: A Risky Bet, Walt Bogdanich, Jacqueline Williams, Ana Graciela Mendez, New York Times
Russia/NATO -
Russia’s myths about NATO, Karl Heinz Kamp, Bundesakademie fuer Sicherheitspolitik
Belarus’s Problems and the Heavy-Handed Conduct of Outside Powers, Grigory Ioffe, Jamestown Foundation
Digital -
One Internet, Global Commission on Internet Governance, Chatham House
War drives terrorism, Daniel Byman, Washington Post
Economy -
The effectiveness of the European Central Bank’s Asset Purchase Programme, Maria Demertzis and Guntram B. Wolff, Bruegel
Global -
Basic Income Revisited, Robert Skidelsky, Project Syndicate

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